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Saggy boobs at 16?

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    I am 16 years old and have extremely saggy boobs. I have lost three stone in a few months starting from 10st3 to now being 7st. I used to be a 34DD and now I'm only a 32A/B, my boobs are extremely saggy with a lot of stretch marks which bring me down and are extremely unattractive to me, what can I do? I have a lot of extra skin and hardly any "actual boob" I hate them. I have no solutions; what can I do to make them look better? I've tried push up bras however they don't solve the problem when I'm not wearing a bra.

    Cant imagine your body's in too bad a shape. Still growing and childbirth yet to take a toll. Perhaps get a bit of advice from your GP.

    Given a woman willing to get topless with them, the number of men who care about stretch marks is much lower than you think.
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